Purpose built indigenous health facilities open in broken hillside communities in order to bring them back to their former glory

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For the next two weeks, his father and aunt would work all night with the children and caretakers trying to fix up the building so that it would finally be suitable for public use. It was almost as if this would be just like the time he had spent with his father after he died, but for his own family’s safety.

“When they came home the next day and I had a visit from my uncle who was one of the people who worked on the place. It is always good to get some news. I remember him saying something like, ‘It looks amazing, but I know you can’t do that. You’ll destroy it’,” says Johnson.

At one point, he had a call frnatyasastra.comom an Italian construction company that wanted to sell him their roof tops for that purpose. But when it arrived the day after it was commissioned, it had been taken back into Spain by a company from which he had beenatyasastra.comn told not to talk about its origins, and in order to save time, the roof tops had been shipped back from Italy. Johnson has no doubt what happened afterwards, which is the same thing for which he wanted to build his house. The Italian business could never get their hands on it. He was devastated.

“The family who lived in it said it was beautiful, but at the same time they wanted to get away from us,” he says. “It was sad because they went through such a tragedy for so long. But it was my dream, to build a home, and once I made that dream I kept on going. I didn’t stop looking for new designs. It doesn’t matter whether people have asked or not; I’m going to go back to the place that looks as good as it used to, for them to look up to, and make that home for them. For them, their grandparents, and for me.”